Nashville’s Two Way Crossing has been heating things up on stage and getting buzz in the industry with their recent MUSIC ROW TOP 40 radio single “Car Trouble.” Two Way Crossing originally BEGAN as simply a duo comprised of Jenny and Blake Marvin. Jenny and Blake recorded their debut EP in Nashville, TN and they decided to make the move to music city shortly after to further pursue their music career.
Within a few months they auditioned some of Nashville's best musicians, including KEVIN SMITH (lead guitar) and JARON MOSSMAN (drums & percussion). Over the next few months an amazing energy and bond quickly formed at Two Way Crossing's core.
With the addition of CLINT REYNOLDS (bass) and BENJAMIN PICKER (keys, guitar, backing vocals) in 2015, the band's blend of talent and cohesive drive to be the best made it clear to Jenny and Blake that Two Way Crossing felt like more than a duo. Two Way Crossing had evolved into a band. Rarely do you find an entire group so cohesive musically, but more impressively, each of them adds a unique element to the magnetic energy presented in their stage show.
After landing a regular spot at Nashville's world-famous venue, The Wildhorse Saloon, Two Way Crossing has been getting recognition everywhere from Music Row Magazine to radio stations across the United States. One of Nashville’s toughest critics, Robert Oermann, honored the group with the DISCovery Award when their first single, "Deep End" was released to radio. He raved about the group’s self-titled EP stating, “There's just something so fresh and innocent and endearing in their approach. Welcome to the party”
On the songwriting front, the group is always writing for their next album. Jenny, the main songwriter for the group, has teamed up with some of the best cutting-edge songwriters in Nashville including; Ryan Sorestad, Brian White, Steve Pasch, Phil Roselle and Two Way Crossing’s own Kevin Smith & Benjamin Picker. Songwriting is an essential part of why the group’s sound is so unique and why their brand is unlike any other in Nashville. The combined 2-part and often 3-part vocal harmony allows them a great amount of freedom to create a new sound, which isn't being heard in the country market. The group is continually pushing the boundaries on what a traditional country song should sound like and yet want to keep what they love about country music in everything they do. Heather Jacks, writer of The Noise Beneath The Apple says, "They keep their country roots and infuse the music with dashes of rock and roll and pop; not the other way around...You may not come as a country music fan, but, after hearing Two Way Crossing, you’re sure to leave as one."
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